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You searched for: Place: Devoran, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exteur, nba destitution which is extending. An account has reached ;ot. Ivea of the loss of the schooner Deerfoot, of Devoran, through collision witit a steaer intheBay of Blscay, Both vessels went down, azd the crews *ere picked up by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Copr and S ourphre MUNDIO. of goad quality, at per ton. dlvred on the Mine. or at the Port of Devoran with carriage extra 2. 6dc. nor ton. Termes: 21 per cent, discount for Osab. or. approved Bills at three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SErP AND MAIL NEWS (f.o i- Apiv, Jan. 2i -h-The-Pand 0. Oce h Australia and BombaY respecti'elY-Jl 27: The Queensland Jumnan, from Brisbane, lett for Londonz AtT.WADRTA, Jan. 27.-The ~P. and 0.B- aalf o BAoVnIA, jam. .-The Queensland Subscribers-only content

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    in the irineriom, G ilS70 SHIPPING. GOOLE., April 2,-of svicrI-R.ose iii Jine, with timber, from Stock. with; Mirry hannah, meunddc. Devoran: f1oidos (Sal , goods, Dn.- ittl-; Rillameyl si,. } goods, AntvwerP. Co~litis jsesl, goods, Rotter. dam; Doen (s.c.). goode, Subscribers-only content

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    torers: as fat' as regards J. Marriott Clarlseon and Son, Paudse and alsesrle, cloth mantsfacitrars Williasas and Co.. Falinatih aid Devoran, saiiiltlers: as far as regartls J. 'Williams Ensor nild C., Bristol, wholesale stationers Bioothi, IlliutEssorlth. and Son, Bradford, builders Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial inscriptions, St John's church

    William, son of Thomas and Jane Thomas; died 1828, aged 2 weeks. Jane, daughter of H. and P. Treganowan, of Devoran, Cornwall; died 1841, aged 5. John Mathews, tailor; died 1844, aged 73. Edward Thomas, tiler; died 1823, aged 70.

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